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Cube Collector
Lesson 4: Using Multiple Programs (Autonomous & Driver)

Learn

Before you can compete in the Split Decision Challenge, you first need to learn about using autonomous and Driver Control programs to drive your robot to collect and score rings.

Customizing Driver Controls

Learn how customizing your driver controls can enable you to move your robot more effectively, and how to customize driver controls on the IQ Brain and in VEXcode IQ.

Watch this video to learn how to customize your driver controls on the IQ Brain and in a VEXcode IQ Blocks project.

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Watch this video to learn how to customize your driver controls on the IQ Brain and in a VEXcode IQ Python project.

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Using Multiple Project Slots on the IQ Brain

Learn how to download multiple projects to your IQ (2nd generation) Brain so that you can easily switch between projects.

Watch this video to learn how to download multiple VEXcode IQ projects to your robot Brain so that you can switch between projects without having to download each separately.

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Check Your Understanding

Before moving on to the Practice section, ensure that you understand the concepts covered on this page by answering the questions in the document below in your engineering notebook. 

Check Your Understanding (Blocks) questions Google Doc / .docx / .pdf

Check Your Understanding (Python) questions Google Doc / .docx / .pdf


Select Next > to apply what you have learned to drive your robot with driver control and autonomously to collect and score cubes!